In San-Antonio, a group of female lowriders are holding their own in the macho world of car culture. Freelance reporter Veronica Zaragovia rides along with these women for the Fi2W Podcast.
The Mariachi Academy of New York teaches kids how to play the famous style of Mexican folk music. It’s also a cultural bridge for the children of immigrants who want to remain connected to their parent’s homeland.
Fi2W contributor Aswini Anburajan interviews Brian Nguah, a young entrepreneur and the founder of Immilounge, a new social network for immigrants.
Mitt Romney is supported by fewer than 30 percent of Latino voters. Two Latino journalists talk about what he can do to improve his standing.
Listen to a podcast with a pollster from Latino Decisions. They are tracking the political opinions of Latinos in five key battleground states. Their findings might surprise you.
Jollibee restaurants have taken American food that was imposed on Filipinos during the colonial period and made it something that Filipino immigrants can be proud of.
The market is the center of New York City’s local food scene and immigrants play a vital role in making the market work.
Many expect a more difficult environment for undocumented immigrants in Arizona under the surviving portion of SB 1070. The law has also sparked a new wave of political activism by immigrant advocates.
In advance of the New York Democratic primary on June 26, Fi2W executive producer John Rudolph speakes with Rep. Rangel about his district’s growing Hispanic population.
Immigrants from all over the world call Maggi seasoning a “taste of home.” Reporter Aurora Almendral reveals the power of the brown sauce and its surprising history in this radio story for our partner, PRI’s The World.